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Mutharika makes six diplomatic appointments

Written by  Blessings Banda


Mphonda looks on as President Mutharika receives letters of Credence from Zambian High Commissioner , Salome Mwansa Mwananshiku - Pic by Abel Ikiloni

Lilongwe, March 14:   President Prof. Peter Mutharika Thursday appointed new diplomatic envoys to represent Malawi to the UK, Germany, Zimbabwe, Kuwait, India and Egypt.

A press statement from the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC), said Mutharika has appointed Kena Mphonda as High Commissioner to the United Kingdom; Michael Kamphambe-Nkhoma as

Ambassador to Germany; and Mrs Anne Kumwenda as Ambassador to Zimbabwe.

Other appointments are Wilfred Ali as Ambassador to Kuwait, Dr Isaac Munlo as High Commissioner to India, and Caroline Bwanali Mussa (Mrs) as Ambassador to Egypt.

The appointments are subject to confirmation by the National Assembly, according to the statement.

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